Chaos. Things seemed to be spinning out of control on many fronts this week.
While the rest of America was watching Anthony Weiner sorta, kinda accept responsibility for the fact that he had lied to himself (among others), the Washington Post's Godfather of Political Reporting, Dan Balz, was poring over the latest Washington Post/ABC News poll which made Weiner's mea culpa seem like good news.
Things have gotten so complicated for the front men of U.S policy that they are tripping over their own capes.
President Obama's trip was not quite as big a shellacking as the mid-term elections earlier this month, but it wasn't far behind.
Regular readers of MULLINGS know that I am not the least bit shy about taking credit for the thinnest sliver, of the smallest smidgeon, of the tiniest dot of evidence that I might have possibly been correct about something.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu weakened Israel this week. And he did so for no good reason.
The English have a long history of finding things to brighten their spirits where and when they can.
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